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"A truly delightful madcap mix. The blend of these two authors' trademark humor makes for a fun, funny and exhilarating romp." (Romantic Times)
I have read all of the Stephanie Plum series and they are very good books. This is the first time I have read a different story by Janet. The characters Max-a-Million Holt and Jamie Swift are quite the couple. Although this story was not as funny as the Stephanie Plum stories, it is a very good story. There are parts that are very funny in the story. I hope that Janet will publish more books in this series. There are six currently: Full Scoop, Full tilt, Full blast, Full house, Full Speed, and Full Bloom. I have read all six books. The only difference I noticed is that Max is a character in all six books. Jamie and Vera are characters in five of the books. Otherwise there are different characters in each book.
What a disapointment! Her audio books are my favorites for long trips, but this book co-written with Charlotte Hughes was such a bore! It had none of Janet's funny situations that made me laugh when visualizing them. She normally has a fast paced story line, and a quick wit. This had neither. I hope she does not repeat this co-author venture. This endevor just diluted her style and sense of humor. I hesitated to give it one star rating.
I enjoyed this book and the others in the series. I found myself chuckling while driving to work in the morning. Great way to start my day.
Yes, I would recommend this audiobook. The person reading does a great job with southern accents and an easy voice to listen to.
Can't remember the name.. but the girl that dates everyone trying to catch the murderer.
The end is my favorite. I won't spoil it but it's a good twist.
I definitely laughed a lot.
yes i enjoy all of janets books these are just as good as miss plum series
i enjoyed the banter between her and the gentlemen very much
as i said it is up there with miss plum series i look for all mrs kings readings
yes but i work so i bring it in car and listen when i can
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